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Loud and clear: The new voices of feminism

By France24
21 December 2020   |   3:50 pm
In a special edition to mark the show's seventh birthday, Annette Young is joined by her fellow presenters from our sister shows in French, Arabic and Spanish. They take a look at the new voices of feminism across the globe; with reports from Chile, India, Madagascar and Egypt.

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